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The Treasure of Autumn by Moramarth The Treasure of Autumn by Moramarth
Well it has been a long time ago since i have uploaded my last deviation, but i hated my old digital camera badly.

But now - I AM TOTALLY IN LOVE WITH MY NEW ONE! :D :D :D (Canon 350D)

This is a picture of our garden, where always a lot of chestnuts lying around in autumn. I really adore chestnuts. When i was a child, a built strange figures out of them until i hurted my hand with a srewdriver ;) long long time ago.

But i still like chestnuts. Without them i cant get into autumn feeling. ;)

Postwork: Level, Sharpen, Selective Color, Channel Mixer, Resize

FULLVIEW APPRECIATED

Feel Free to C&C and everything nice is welcome as always

thanks for attention.
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Mondglimmer Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2009   Writer
Tatsächlich ein richtiger kleiner Schatz, sogar mit eigener Schatzkiste :)
Beinah hätte ich es übersehen, aber das ist eben das Besondere bei den ganz kleinen Dingen: nicht jeder sieht sie und so sind sie ein Stückchen weit geheim. ;)
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spellingrobot Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2008
i'd say this & your floating feather are you 'touchstone' pieces... each has a lot more intent than the rest i've seen so far. nice work!
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DeviantQuazzy Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2008
I really like the colors and the composition. It would have looked even better if there had been a little bit more sunlight outside. But not much to do about that :P

I really like the focus. Blurred in front and back. A very defined area for where you should look :P Awsome shot!
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ComeWatchMyArt Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2007
aah, schönes foto! Ich liebe den Herbst.

Mit welchem Objektiv hast du denn dieses Foto gemacht? Mit dem Kit-Objektiv?
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Moramarth Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2007  Professional Photographer
japp mit dem EFS 18-55mm

An dem Tage hatte ich meine DSLR gerade bekommen. Es ist damit eins der ersten bilder :)
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Anjali25 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2007   Traditional Artist
Featured in my Journal & Deviant News! [link]
Check it out!
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Lelleean Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2007
Great closeup, its amazing how something you wouldnt think beautiful...can be if taken correctly!
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Renvoyure Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2006
This is really good, I havent read the title and I was thinking about some kind of jewel when a see it.
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aqua-dragon Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2006
The titel absolutely fits the picture! :)

When looking at this photo, I remember the good old days when I were a young child, and stayed with my grandmother for a while. We always wanted to search for chestnuts to make puppets of them :aww:

lovely photograph!
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mewsquare Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2006   Photographer
die farben sind ein traum :)
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Moramarth Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2006  Professional Photographer
danke schön :)
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enigmaticspy Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006   Photographer
I like that the camera is really low on the ground, but I think the picture as a whole is rather messy. If you look at it long enough you see the subject, but it has a very distracting blurry back ground. May you could try again though. :)
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Chossenji Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006   Traditional Artist
hey it looks great, I love the contrast between forground/background then the focus being in the center of the picture, very well done :nod: I only got a digital camera today, would you be able to tell me how to get such an effect? (other than digitally editing) Is it with expanded lenses?
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Moramarth Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Photographer
Which camera did you get?
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Chossenji Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006   Traditional Artist
I got a Samsung Digimax S800, the specs are listed in my journal. It's nothing professional, just something I can have a play around with! :)
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Moramarth Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Photographer
Yeah i see...(after googleing) it is a "normal" digital camera, means you cant change the lenses. So i don't know if you are able to get this effect. maybe you can play a bit with the mode. But normally you need a SLR Cam to get such focus effects, i guess.

But for playing around a bit your cam is enough. :D
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Chossenji Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006   Traditional Artist
Yeah I figured, I was *close* to buying a more expensive camera but thought hey im only going to really just play around with a bit so it wasnt worth spending the money. Nothing I can't do in photoshop however ;) (i doubt it will look as good though ofcourse =P)
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Moramarth Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Photographer
I had to convinced myself more than a year buying this camera, because it is so expenxsive. But know i am very happy i forced myself, finally :D

of course you can try to work with PS. Maybe you can use the unshard masks making some parts of the picture blurry, or something else.
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Chossenji Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006   Traditional Artist
I like the idea, I'll find a way ;)
I can picture myself taking a shot down say a crowded street, then singleing out a few people, that'd look sweet :nod: (if i got it right that is :P)
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Moramarth Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2006  Professional Photographer
looking forward to see this shot :D
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Para-Chut Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006
Mangnifique
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Moramarth Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2006  Professional Photographer
thanks a lot :)
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